Business Minors

Complete all of the following:

BA 100 Survey of Business
ECN 101 Microeconomics
ECN 102 Macroeconomics
ACTG 210 Introduction to Financial Accounting
ACTG 211 Managerial Accounting
BA 310 Principles of Management
BA 320 Principles of Marketing
BA 330 Business Law

Required Courses: Complete all of the following:

SM 101 Introduction to Sport Management
SM 102 Sport and Society
SM 211 Athletic Facility and Event Management
SM 223 Sport Marketing and Sales
SM 232 Sport Information and Communication Practices
SM 362 Sport Governance and Organizational Practices
PE 212 Coaching Authorization

Education Minors

Required Courses: Complete each of the following courses:

PE 125 Introduction to Exercise Science and Wellness
PE 212 Coaching Authorization
PE 260 Scientific Aspects of Strength Development
PE 352 Kinesiology
PE 381 Fitness Evaluation and Training
PE 398 Practicum in Physical Education
PE 484 Physiology of Exercise and Health

Required Support Courses
BIO 241 Anatomy and Physiology I

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Required Courses:

PE 221 Team Sports
PE 223 Individual Sports
PE 225 Introduction to Physical Education
PE 341 Movement Exploration and Adapted Physical Education
EDUC 296 Educational Psychology
EDUC 302 Classroom Management
EDUC 332 Elementary School PE and Health Methods and Curriculum

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Humanities Minors

Complete all of the following:

ENG 201 Lit for Life (WI)
ENG 247 Imaginative Writing (WI)
ENG 311 Power Writing for Career and Lives (WI)

Choose three (3) courses from the following, for a minimum of 9 credits:

ENG 281/ 381H (WI) – English for Humanities Majors: The Self
ENG 282 /382H (WI) – English for Humanities Majors: Society
ENG 283 /383H (WI) – English for Humanities Majors: The Environment
ENG 284 /384H (WI) – English for Humanities Majors: Technology/Media
ENG 285 /385H (WI) – English for Humanities Majors: Truth and Beauty

Need three (3) credits from each area (Area 1-4) in Humanities Major description

Two (2) electives from any area (Area 1-4)

HUM 499 Senior Capstone in the Humanities

Music Theory Courses – 6 Credit Hours

MUS 141 Music Fundamentals
MUS 142 Elementary Harmony
MUS 143 Aural Skills I
MUS 144 Aural Skills II

Music Literature Course – 3 Credit Hours

MUS 225 Survey of Music Literature

Ensemble Participation – 4 Credit Hours

MUS 101/102 Chamber Music Ensembles
MUS 103/104 Concert Choir
MUS 105/106 Southeast Iowa Concert Band
MUS 107/108 Jazz Band
MUS 109/110 Southeast Iowa Symphony Orchestra

Applied Music – 2 credit hours

MUS 121/122 Private Instruction
MUS 221/222 Private Instruction

Music Electives – 3 Credit Hours

Instrument or Voice Classes
MUS 111/112 Voice
MUS 113 Strings
MUS 115 Brass
MUS 117/118 Woodwinds
MUS 119 Percussion
MUS 120 Guitar
MUS 123/124 Diction
MUS 132 Piano
MUS 357 Instrumental Conducting
MUS 358 Choral Conducting
MUS 241 Advanced Harmony
MUS 243 Aural Skills III
MUS 328 Materials of Music
History of Music
MUS 353 History of Music
MUS 354 History of Music
MUS 180/280/380
Performance Option
Two additional credits in Private Instruction (i.e., MUS 321, 322, 421, 422; .5
credit each) in a single performance medium (i.e., the same section letter, A, B, or
C, etc.) with the performance of a public Recital (15 minutes of music); one
additional Ensemble credit can be used to complete the music elective credits for
the Performance Option

Complete all of the following:

ART 107 The Art of Smartphone Photography or ART 207 Photography I
ART 201 Basic Studio and Design 2-D
DMD 109 Survey of Multimedia
DMD 204 Graphic Layout and Design
DMD 260 Basics of Video and Audio

Choose one (1) of the following:
DMD 309 Multimedia Development (Gaming)
DMD 369 Interactive Media
DMD 399 Student Workshop in Publications and Media

Complete all of the following:

ART 201 Basic Studio and Design 2-D
ART 215 Painting I
ART 216 Ceramics I
ART 219 Drawing I
ART 203 Art Appreciation or ART 381 History of Art I or ART 382 History of Art II
3 Credit hours of Art Electives

Science Minors

Required Courses:

Any combination of BIO courses which accumulate to a total of 16 credits.

Required Courses:

Any combination of courses accumulating to 8 credits in BIO, 8 credits in CHEM, and 8 credits in PHYS for a total of 24 credits.

Required Courses: Complete all of the following:

CHEM 175 General Chemistry I with lab
CHEM 176 General Chemistry II with lab
Chemistry electives totaling 8 credit hours

The following courses are strongly recommended for the chemistry minor:

CHEM 271 Quantitative Analysis
CHEM 355 Organic Chemistry I
CHEM 356 Organic Chemistry II

Required Courses: Complete all of the following:

BIO 350 Microbiology or BIO 355 Genetics
CHEM 175 General Chemistry I
PSYC 310 Introduction to Forensic Psychology or CJ 315 Introduction to Forensic Science
PSYC 367 Cognitive Psychology or PSYC 382 Biopsychology
PSYC 365 Psychology of Addiction or CJ 323 Criminal Investigation
SCI 347 Laboratory Methods in Forensic Sciences

Required Courses: Complete all of the following:

CJ 231 Introduction to Criminal Justice
CJ 260 Criminal Law and Individual Rights
CJ 307 Criminology
Electives in Criminal Justice (9 credit hours)

Required Courses: Complete all of the following:

CJ 231 Introduction to Criminal Justice
CJ 308 Juvenile Delinquency
EDUC 261 Early Field Experience in Schools
EDUC 301 Education of Exceptional Persons
PSYC 251 Developmental Psychology
SPED 306 Collaboration and the Family

Choose one course from the following

CJ 370 Multiculturalism in Criminal Justice
PSYC 324 Child Psychopathology
SPED 297 Career Development and Transition for Students with Disabilities

Required Courses: Complete all of the following:

BA 330 Business Law
CJ 305 Introduction to the Law
CJ 306 Law and Evidence
CJ 310 Criminal Procedure
CJ 350 Constitutional Law
CJ 402 Legal Research and Writing

Complete any 18 credit hours in PSYC course electives.

At least 6 credit hours must be at the 300-level or above.

All degree requirements are subject to change. Please see the current Undergraduate Course Catalog for degree requirements